Le Cesarine

  • 3 lessons
  • 5 x lesson

Roman Jewish cuisine

Roma , Lazio

Description

A course dedicated to the fusion of Roman and Jewish cuisine: two culinary traditions of the city of Rome, intrinsically linked to the history of the capital city. Take a journey through the winding alleys of the Roman ghetto, discovering ancient recipes of the Roman-Jewish community.

What's included
in the course

  • Equipment,
    apron

  • The course will be held at the Cesarina house

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1

Challah, stuffed anchovies, Cassola

Costo: € 83,00

2

Eggplant caponata, salt cod Roman style, unleavened cake with almonds and oranges.

Costo: € 83,00

3

Spaghetti with cheese and pepper, cheese omelet, strips of veal

Costo: € 83,00

Flavia welcomes us to the splendid Rome, eternal city with invaluable historic and artistic heritage. Our Cesarina’s home is in the heart of the historical centre, just few steps away from the gorgeous Villa Borghese park and not too far from the Baths of Diocletian. Our Cesarina’s ancestors moved from Piemonte to the capital after the birth of the Kingdom of Italy, although Flavia also has Jewish origins.

In fact, her cuisine owes its inspiration from the blend of Jewish and Roman traditions, a meeting she explains as “able to create a lucky and inseparable marriage, especially thanks to the culinary authenticity of both cultures”.

The secret of the Cesarina
My ancestors have Piemontese and Jewish origin: in my dishes you can sense the blend of these traditions with roman culture.

Cesarine at home

This Cesarina is also available to organize a taste Experience at your accomodation

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